On Friday, Donald Trump, the leading candidate for the presidency in 2024 and the 45th President of the United States, published a forceful statement on his most popular social media site, Truth Social, in which he demanded that Fox News “embrace MAGA” or else face the consequences.
“FOX SHOULD EMBRACE MAGA,” Trump wrote in two postings that have since accumulated more than 40,000 likes since they were originally published.
“THEIR PRIMETIME VIEWERSHIP IS DOWN 37% FROM JUST A YEAR AGO, ALL BECAUSE THE VERY SMART, EVEN BRILLIANT, MAGADONIANS KNOW THAT, DESPITE ALL THE FAKE LIP SERVICE, FOX NEWS IS PUSHING RON DESANCTUS, OR ANYONE ELSE FOR THAT MATTER, BECAUSE THEY HATE THE GREATEST ‘AMERICA FIRST’ PRESIDENT TO EVER PUT ON A SUIT AND TIE, ME,” Trump added.
“THEY ARE ALL GLOBALISTS, AND GLOBALISTS WILL NEVER, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!” Trump wrote.
“WE ARE MAGADONIANS, WE ARE VERY SMART, WE STICK TOGETHER AS ONE, WE FOLLOW TRUTH SOCIAL, WE PUT ‘AMERICA FIRST,’ AND WE WILL ‘MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN,’” Trump declared.
This comes a day after the town hall session that Donald Trump held in Iowa with Sean Hannity of Fox News.
A shout of “We Love Trump” broke out in the town hall audience while there was a break for commercials.
According to recent polling conducted by Emerson College, Donald Trump is currently in a commanding first place in both the presidential primary and the general election of 2024.
A new poll conducted by Emerson College in Iowa from May 19 to May 22 shows that Donald Trump has a big and outstanding advantage over his fellow Republican competitors with 62 percent of the vote. Ron DeSantis, the current governor of Florida and a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, placed in second place with a vote percentage of 20 percent.
In a hypothetical fight between Trump and President Joe Biden for the presidency in 2024, Trump defeated Biden with a victory percentage of 49 percent, which was 11 points higher than Biden’s percentage of 38 percent. 10 percent have stated their intention to vote for someone else, while 3 percent have stated that they are still uncertain.
In a hypothetical fight between DeSantis and Biden in 2024, DeSantis emerges victorious over Biden, albeit to a lesser extent than Trump did in the 2016 election. The final tally was 45 percent for DeSantis and 38 percent for Biden.
If a potential contender wants to unseat Trump as the presumptive nominee for the Republican or Democratic party in 2024, they will face an uphill battle due to the fact that polls indicate Trump to be in the lead among all potential challengers from both parties.